Art print / Andy Warhol / Dollar Sign (1981) / red / 90 x 60 cm
Money became a very important subject for Andy Warhol as early as the 1960s when he began drawing and sifting the images of dollar bills. In the 1970s, Warhol focused on linking art and commerce. Throughout his career as a commercial artist and later as a fine artist, the relationship between money and his artworks continued to be a focus for Warhol. In 1981, Warhol created the dollar sign series, which has since become one of Warhol's most iconic works. The 1980s was an era that symbolized the connection between art and money. Warhol said, "Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art."
Matte 250gsm preserved digital paper
Without a frame - the picture will be delivered in a sturdy cardboard sleeve.